Stockholm Skavsta Airport (NYO)


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Posted by Daniel Stecher on September 03, 2003 at 06:24:36:

The STOCKHOLM SKAVSTA AIRPORT has decided to implement ELWIS, the cargo handling system from Lufthansa Systems to support its handling workflows and communication with airlines, customs and cargo customers.

STOCKHOLM SKAVSTA AIRPORT, one of Sweden’s fastest growing airports in regards to passenger and cargo volumes, is the Swedish subsidiary of the TBI group, which is running further airports in Cardiff (Wales), London Luton (UK) and Orlando (USA).

The ELWIS system, running among others on airports as Billund (Denmark), Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Cologne, Frankfurt-Hahn (Germany), Luxemburg, Warsaw (Poland) and Bukarest (Romania), integrates al aspects of logistics for cargo handling including Customs clearance, communication with airlines and forwarders, support for warehouse optimization and for flight and truck manifesting. The ELWIS system is available as a client-server and as web based solution.

“With ELWIS, STOCKHOLM SKAVSTA AIRPORT has made the decisive step towards an efficient and innovative cargo handling future with improved customer service, less handling costs and modern technology”, explained Dag Berglöv, cargo manager at SKAVSTA. “We scanned the handling system market and are convinced to best meet the coming cargo market trends, the requirements for our growing cargo business and the challenges of the future with the ELWIS.

Daniel Stecher, Lufthansa Systems’ ELWIS sales manager looks optimistic in the future: “Stockholm SKAVSTA Airport is a perfect partner for Lufthansa Systems to stress the ongoing international ELWIS market penetration. We are currently finalizing talks with additional prospects in Europe and South. America”.

“We are convinced that ELWIS is the perfect platform for cargo handling agents and airlines”, states Guy Dondlinger, ELWIS product manager. “We are currently finalizing talks with additional prospects in Europe and South America”.





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